ScienceCasts : Un nouvel angle pour mesurer le vent

La saison des ouragans arrive à grands pas et grâce à une paire d'yeux très utile sur la Station Spatiale Internationale, les chercheurs peuvent observer les tempêtes massives d'un angle bien spécifique. Visit for more from the ISS Pour plus de vidéos, cliquez ici :

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